He’s the plant manager of the Army and Air Force Exchange Service’s bakery in South Korea, and that means he holds the formula for Wonder Bread.
The plant on Camp Market churns out the iconic American brand and other bread, buns, doughnuts, tortillas and more to be delivered fresh every day to commissaries, dining facilities, restaurants and schools on U.S. bases across South Korea.
Nearly all the ingredients, including 2.5 million pounds of flour per year come from the United States. Only fresh yeast and sugar are purchased locally, Sledge said during a recent tour of the 30,000-square-foot facility on the Army base southwest of Seoul. …
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